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A Touch of Darkness

Author’s Book Marketing Guide: Month 2 Pre-Release

The countdown is getting close! Are you able to breathe? Hopefully with the homework we’ve laid out in Months 6, 5, 4, 3 of the pre-release plan, the only nervousness you feel is the excitement of your new book almost ready for a booming and successful start! This month is all about “priming the pump” […]

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The Long Walk by June Hardison

The Long Walk by June Hardison Inspirational Fiction Synopsis Donovan Evans, high school baseball standout, has everything going for him, including his ego. Trying to escape the pressures of parents and prospective college coaches, Donovan finds himself arrested and headed towards community service, where he makes an unlikely friend who reminds him of the person […]

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Author Interview: Sherri Rabinowitz

Today I’m privileged to have the talented Sherri Rabinowitz on my blog to learn more about this wonderful radio hostess and author. IF YOU HADN’T BEEN BORN IN THIS CENTURY, WHEN AND WHERE WOULD YOU LIKE TO HAVE LIVED? I would love to have been one of the bright young things in London during the […]

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Eliza Green’s 5 Myths of Writing (Guest Post)

Thanks to BC Brown for having me on her blog. I’m really excited to share with you some of  my experiences as a writer. When I started writing, I had some silly notions about what I needed to do to succeed. So here are my top five myths about writing. Yes, I’ve fallen for all of these. […]

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So You Think You Can…Writer? (Part 2)

I wrote an article a couple of weeks back telling people that the act of writing doesn’t make one a writer. There were waves. There were angry emails. There was a barrage of supportive private messages. It seems everyone had an opinion on what it takes to be a writer.GOOD!So, in the wake of the […]

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The Origins of a Dark and Suspenseful Urban Fantasy by The Felix Chronicles: Freshmen author R.T. Lowe

I drive to work. It takes me about an hour each way. Most people consider it a massive time suck, and for the most part I wouldn’t disagree, but all those hours alone with only the thoughts in my head triggered an idea. I started telling myself a story. The story took place on a […]

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Free Book Giveaway! 2 Print Books, A Touch of Darkness and Quixotic: Not Every Day Love Stories, from Author BC Brown

That’s right! I’m giving away 1 print copy of A Touch of Darkness (my urban fantasy novel) and 1 print copy of Quixotic: Not Every Day Love Stories (short story anthology) August 13, 2015-August 19, 2015.  Enter to win yours today!! a Rafflecopter giveaway Please follow and like us:

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My Pain Is Not For Sale: I Will Never Publish Sexual Assault by J.M. Bates

It is 1989 and I am four years old. I somehow survive a sexual assault. Terrible things happen to children all the time, and they are stronger than they look. Twenty-five years is a long time to heal from anything. In 1991, I am sitting in a sand box in my parents’ back yard by […]

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Dog Park Mysteries Author, C.A. Newsome, on Eating Healthy on a Budget

I’m obsessed with food, as a way to combat fatigue resulting from a head injury many years ago. It shows up in my Dog Park Mysteries. My main character, starving artist Lia Anderson, shares my obsession. For her it’s a matter of eating healthy on a budget so she has enough energy for her projects […]

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The Real Women Who Built The West by Lori Beasley Bradley

When we see television shows and movies about the settlers moving west across the prairies, we are bombarded with nice respectable wives and mothers in conservative dresses and straw bonnets. That is so far from the truth. The first women to travel West were women practicing the oldest profession: prostitutes. The first traveled in cat-wagons. Wagons […]

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